August 21, 2012 by movieusa
Batman Forever: There are two evil forces combining forces in an attempt to destroy Batman. Two-Face, the former D.A. Harvey Dent, who has been disfigured in a courtroom accident, and the Riddler, a disgruntled former employee of Wayne Enterprises, team up to try to take Batman down. They are using a mind control device to gain control of the entire city, so they can work their evil plans.
Stargate: A unique piece of technology has been discovered in the Egyptian desert. It turns out to be a portal, which is some sort of transport. A group of scientists and military people go through the portal. Once through they are trapped in a battle for their lives as they attempt to return to Earth.
Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion: Unexceptional movie sees Abbott and Costello battle the mean sergeant Slezak. Best scene involves shenanigans in the desert. Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Patricia Medina, Walter Slezak, and Douglas Dumbrille star. (1950 Comedy)
Nothing To Lose: Nick Bearns is having a bad day. He just caught his wife in bed with his boss. Now he is being carjack while sitting at a stoplight. Angry and feeling he has nothing to lose, he turns the tables on the crook, and kidnaps him. Eventually these two misfits collaborate to get back at Nick’s boss is this fun filled comedy.
Philadelphia: Andrew Beckett is a gay lawyer who has aids. He is dying of the disease. He was fired from the conservative law firm he worked for because there was fear of contracting the disease from him. As he battles to live on, he chooses to sue the law firm, to help further the cause of other aids victims. His originally homophobic lawyer, fights through his prejudice to fight for this cause.
So Evil, My Sister: Medieval B-film thriller with war horse cast has Strasberg and Domergue as siblings playing feline-and-mouse with the cops who are examining the bizarre mortality of Strasberg’s spouse. Few brainy twirls in the very last reel are worth delaying for. Cast includes Susan Strasberg, Belief Domergue, Sydney Chaplin, Charles Knox Robinson, Steve Mitchell, Kathleen Freeman, and John Howard.(76 minutes, 1972)
Above and Beyond: Above and Beyond is a gripping recount of the story of the men who dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima. The movie puts the burden of what they did in perspective though the eyes of these men. Stars Robert Taylor, Eleanor Parker, James Whitmore, and Jim Backus. (1952 Military)
No Country For Men: Llewelyn Moss walks into a scene of death. A drug deal went bad and everyone’s dead. He grabs the suitcase full of money and walks away. A deranged man is aware that Moss has the money, and is killing everyone he confronts, as he chases down Moss and the money.
Paycheck: Pc whiz Affleck makes large bucks by frequently answering top-secret complications for businesses, then having his memory of the whole operation deleted. However while he jumps on his largest job yet, for a mammoth business run by Eckhart, objects don’t go as prepared. As Affleck desires reprisal and retorts after having 3 years’ worth of his memory brushed out, the tale line grows more and more bizarre. Cast includes Ben Affleck, Uma Thurman, Aaron Eckhart, Paul Giamatti, Colin Feore, Joe Morton, and Michael Chamber. (119 minutes, 2003)